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The subject index / Navy Engineering Institute

Navy Engineering Institute

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NAVY ENGINEERING INSTITUTE (NEI) (The Major Admiralty) originates from the School of Ship Architecture (1798; renamed the Sea Engineering School in 1898-1919). A new Sea Engineering School opened in 1923, being renamed the Navy Engineering School in 1925, and named after F.E. Dzerzhinsky in 1927. In 1930, it was ranked a "higher educational institution." The institute received its current name in 1998. NEI prepared military engineers for the Navy, specialising in ship fuel (atomic and gas-tube) from the mid-1950s, lifeguard engineering from the 1970s, and engineering-ecology from the early 1980s.

A. N. Lukirsky.

Dzerzhinsky Ivan Ivanovich

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ADMIRALTY, in the 18-19 centuries - a place for the building and repairing of warships, provided with all the necessary equipment (dockyards, ship-ways, slipways, storehouses, workshops, etc.). In St

Shokalsky Y.М., (1856-1940), geographer

SHOKALSKY Yuly Mikhailovich (1856, St. Petersburg - 1940, Leningrad), geographer, corresponding member and honorary Member of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR in 1923 and 1939, respectively, honoured worker of Science of Russia in 1928